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I'VE GOT A TRAVEL BUG THAT HAS ITS OWN LOGBOOK ATTACHED. I NEED TO FIND A LARGE CACHE IN MY AREA, AT LEAST 5X7 TO FIT THE BOOK. THE BOOK HAS A HARD COVER ATTACHED. I WOULD LIKE TO BE ABLE TO FITLER OUT NANO AND SMALL CACHES. OR IF YOU KNOW ANY CACHES THAT ARE BIG ENOUGH ANYWHERE BETWEEN WHISTLER AND HOPE, AND AS FAR SOUTH AS THE BORDER, FEEL FREE TO SUGGEST THEM HERE

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It took a bit of research to figure out you are talking about British Columbia. Then I looked up Whislter, BC and a list of caches and found this one <linky> that may hold it.

 

Just scroll down the list and look at the cache sizes for more.

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THERE'S NO NEED TO YELL, WE CAN HEAR YOU JUST FINE!

 

Anyway, as a premium member, you could run those filters yourself. I just did that for you, between Hope and Whistler and going through Vancouver, and it spits out 22 "large" caches on that route. Here's a selection of the easier ones:

 

http://coord.info/GCMYAG

http://coord.info/GC2Y6T5

http://coord.info/GC2XZGC

http://coord.info/GC24WMC

http://coord.info/GC15JKQ

http://coord.info/GCB497

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